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- A, report of the epidemic of cerebro-spinal meningitis which occurred in Oporto in states that there were 91 cases, and of these 56 died. In 26 of these 91 cases the treatment was by simple lumbar puncture and in these cases eight of the patients died: ' Lisbon. ', 2 Brit. Med. Jour. vol. i , 3 Brit. Med. Jour. vol. ii After a lapse of twenty-five years cerebrospinal meningitis appeared again in epidemic from during A prophylactic inoculation experiment was undertaken during the autumn of , a few months before the second epidemic season was due to begin. Season — cases— deaths. Season (after inoculation)— cases—
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Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis Paperback See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback Epidemic cerebrospinal meningtis book retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 1 New from $ Paperback $ 2 New from $ Epidemic Meningitis, or Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis Paperback – Septem No other epidemic disease presents more definite and characteristic lesions, post mortem, than cerebrospinal meningitis.
According to its type and its duration there never fail to be found some of those changes in the membranes or in the substance of the Author: Alfred Stille.
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epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis: [ men″in-ji´tis ] (pl. meningi´tides) inflammation of the meninges, usually by either a bacterium (bacterial m.) or a virus (viral m.).
When it affects the dura mater it is termed pachymeningitis ; when the arachnoid and pia mater are involved, it is called leptomeningitis. The term meningitis does not. The Lancet EPIDEMIC CEREBRO-SPINAL MENINGITIS. Samuel Wilks M.D. ASSISTANT-PHYSICIAN TO GUY'S HOSPITAL.
THE papers of to-day state, with reference to the epidemic prevailing in Russia, that three several maladies have been recognised, one resembling the plague, another typhus, and a third called [quot] meningitis spinalis.[quot] It may be found hereafter that these affections are allied, Cited by: 1.
About the Book In The Texas Meningitis Epidemic (–): Origin of the Meningococcal Vaccine, two physician authors present the dramatic medical history of a monstrous southwestern disease epidemic.
meningitis (mĕnĬnjī´tĬs) or cerebrospinal meningitis (sĕr´əbrōspī´nəl), acute inflammation of the meninges, the membranes that cover and protect the brain and spinal can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or other organisms, usually introduced via.
Cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) was known to exist as far back as man could remember but the first knowledge about this disease is due to Vieusseux who in described an outbreak of CSM in Geneva. Since then this disease has shown a gradual increase both in its geographical range and in the number of persons it has attacked.
The historical record of cerebrospinal meningitis as a clinical and epidemiologic entity opens early in the 19th century with the description of an outbreak in Geneva, Switzerland, which began in Marchand another in Medford, Mass., during March Isolation of the causative organism by Weichselbaum 1 inconfirmed by the extensive.
The CSF culture grew Neisseria organism in only three cases. One sample from skin, in a case of meningococcemia revealed presence of intracellular diplococci. Out of 97 samples of throat swab collected from trainees selected at random for detecting carriers, only.
Meningitis is an acute inflammation of the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord, known collectively as the meninges. The most common symptoms are fever, headache, and neck stiffness.
Other symptoms include confusion or altered consciousness, vomiting, and an inability to tolerate light or loud noises. Young children often exhibit only nonspecific symptoms, such as Medication: Antibiotics, antivirals, steroids.
In Professor Weichselbaum 1 found a peculiar diplococcus which he called diplococcus intracellularis, in six cases of cerebrospinal meningitis, whose clinical histories corresponded exactly to that of the epidemic type of this disease, and not at all to that caused by the pneumococcus.
He described these cocci as being particularly found within the cells of the exudate, always occuring in. Symptoms of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis. The incubation period of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis is on the average days.
The disease develops sharply: a strong chill, the body temperature rises to ° C. Appears and rapidly builds up an intense headache with nausea or multiple vomiting.
Excerpt from Epidemic Meningitis, or Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis-restricting our historical review of the disease to the epidemics of it which have occurred since the beginning of the present century, and, rising for a moment above its individual and local outbreaks, our attention is at once arrested by a circumstance which removes it from the category of endemic, and even of epidemic Author: Alfred Stillé.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $Author: Archibald William Taves. Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis has a high mortality rate. 9 As modern epidemiological studies have shown, several conditions usually contribute to the outbreak of an epidemic of cerebrospinal meningitis.
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Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis Item Preview remove-circlePages: During the past forty years there have been four outbreaks of epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis in New York City. The first and, up to that of andthe most severe epidemic was inwhen there were deaths—a death rate of Meningococcic (epidemic cerebro-spinal) meningitis is marked by pustular (herpetic) eruptions on the face and lips and by a stellate rash on the extensor surfaces of the arms.
Some forms of meningitis (for example, adenoviral) may be accompanied by muscular pain and intestinal disturbances. Author by: Archibald William Taves Languange: en Publisher by: Forgotten Books Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 94 Total Download: File Size: 48,7 Mb Description: Excerpt from The Etiology and Diagnosis of Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis: Motto: "Keep Watch" Although a large proportion of the cases are gener ally between the ages Of one and fifteen, still some.Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis Charles F.
Bolduan Vaccine and Serum Therapy, Including also a Study of Infections, Theories of Imnmunity, Specific Diagnosis and Chemotherapy. By Edwin Henry Schorer, B. S., M. D., Dr. P. H.The first recorded Meningitis epidemic occurred in Geneva inand shortly afterward several other outbreaks in Europe and the United States were recorded as well.
Then, thirty-five years later, the first outbreak in Africa was recorded. The African Meningitis outbreaks became much more common in .